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Tencent And PUBG Corp Reveal Second Mobile PUBG Game

The breakout success of PUBG has lead to a number of clone games, some of them being designed for mobile devices. Only recently, and seemingly moments before the market was flooded with battle royale games, PUBG Corp decided that it would be a good idea to create an official version of PUBG for mobile devices. It was only about a week ago that the company announced its partnership with Bluehole and Tencent with plans develop PUBG for mobile devices, and now the company has announced that a second mobile version of PUBG is also in development.
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